I created these stations to help my students practice writing equations, drawing graphs, and creating xy tables, when given one of the representations to start with. We used this as a two day review activity at the end of our chapter on multiple representations. These cards could also be used separately as center activities, exit tickets, small group review, or with intervention groups.
I laminated the different representation cards and paper clipped each group of 8 together. (Notice the cards are color coded with the labels on each title page.) I then set up stations around the room, each with the title sheet, copies of recording pages, and 2 stacks of the coordinating representations cards.
My students enjoyed working on their own at their own pace to move through each of the stations, but you could also have small groups working together to move through the different representations. I hope you & your students enjoy this product!
Included are 3 stations:
1. Writing equations (from tables & graphs)
2. Drawing graphs (from equations & tables)
3. Making tables (from graphs & equations)
Each station comes with 2 sets of cards (8 in each set) that offer examples of the other two representations, as well as a title sheet for each station, recording sheets for student use, and answer keys for teacher use.